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Author: Christopher J. Cope
Publisher: Informing Science
Keywords: information, systems, learning, experience, surface, beneath
Number of Pages: 309
Published: 2006-04-21
ISBN-10: 8392233735
ISBN-13: 9788392233732

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: harbor, brook, cape, cod, massachusetts, red, beneath, ground, fresh, water, contaminant, plume, detection
Number of Pages: 40
ISBN-10: 1428990151
ISBN-13: 9781428990159

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: river, indian, martin, lucie, florida, counties, groves, citrus, fate, movement, nitrate, surficial, beneath, aquifer, distribution
Number of Pages: 76
ISBN-10: 1428907092
ISBN-13: 9781428907096

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: amargosa, channel, river, desert, nye, nevada, county, fields, beneath, percolation, native, vegetation, irrigated, estimates
Number of Pages: 88
ISBN-10: 1428917365
ISBN-13: 9781428917361

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: air, base, reserve, joint, carswell, field, texas, worth, fort, station, plant, model, conceptual, geodatabase, hydrogeologic, units, development, force, beneath, naval
Number of Pages: 82
ISBN-10: 1428983821
ISBN-13: 9781428983823

Author: Martin Ravallion
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: averages, looking, poverty, inequality, growth
Number of Pages: 32
Published: 2001

One side in the current debate about who benefits from growth has focused solely on average impacts on poverty and inequality, while the other side has focused on the diverse welfare impacts found beneath the averages. Both sides have a point.

Author: Frederic C. Deyo
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: asian, industrialism, new, subordination, miracle, labor, beneath
Number of Pages: 284
Published: 1989
ISBN-10: 0520065298
ISBN-13: 9780520065291

This important study examines the dynamics of the remarkable economic transformation of South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, which has been based in large measure on the production of manufactured goods for export. The competitive edge of these countries has in turn been rooted in the mobilization of a low-cost, disciplined, and productive workforce. This study seeks therefore to explain how East Asian governments and employers have attempted to manage this workforce. It also explores the extent to which workers are able to challenge management decisions and insert working-class agen
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